Chaunie Brusie

11 Articles

5-Minute Summary: What Is a HIPAA Violation?

We'll walk you through what you need to know about HIPAA violations and their associated penalties. We'll also share 6 real-life case studies to know about.

The 30 Best Nurse Social Media Accounts to Follow in 2021

We've also provided a quick refresher on the ANA's tips for proper social media use as a healthcare professional.

How to Write a Career Goal Statement

We'll walk you through the 5-step process of writing a career goal statement and share 6 tips to help you hit your target successfully.

Survey of Healthcare Workers Reveals High Levels of Burnout, Stress, & Thoughts of Leaving Their Jobs

According to our survey, 84% of healthcare workers are experiencing burnout and 30% are feeling sleep-deprived. Read on to find out what else the data revealed.

Nurses, Side Jobs, & the Risks to Consider When Working 12-Hour Days

There's a growing trend in this country: More and more nurses are joining the "gig economy." But how many hours can someone work in a day before it becomes unsafe?

NP Diaries: A Week in the Life of an ENP, Mom, & Entrepreneur

Amanda is an emergency nurse practitioner, mom of twin preschoolers, and a small business owner. Find out how she makes it all work.

11 Non-Bedside Nursing Jobs You Might Not Know About

Whether you've lost your job in the pandemic, feeling burned out, or are just looking to pivot your career, here are some great non-bedside options to consider.

8 Mental Health Tips for Healthcare Professionals

You’re a hero right now, but even superheroes need help.

What Is Negligence in Nursing?

Learn about the elements of negligence and what you can do to help protect yourself from allegations.

How to Open Your Own Private Practice as a Nurse Practitioner

Ever dreamed of opening your own private practice? It’s a growing opportunity for NPs. Here’s what you need to know.

What Is Patient Abandonment? Plus How to Break Up With Patients the Right Way

We'll explain what patient abandonment is (and isn't), what the consequences are, and some guidelines for ending a patient-provider relationship the right way.